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+ - BBC Twitter Accounts Hacked by Pro-Assad Syrian Electronic Army->

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DavidGilbert99
DavidGilbert99 writes "Following BBC Weather on Twitter seems like it wouldn't throw up too many surprises, possibly news of the odd blizzard now and again. But today, the account's 60,000 follower got a little more than "chance of a light drizzle" when the pro-Assad Syrian Electronic Army hacked the account, along with a couple of other BBC accounts in an apparent protest at what it sees as reports which don't show the Syrian regime in the best light."
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BBC Twitter Accounts Hacked by Pro-Assad Syrian Electronic Army

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